Hearing Aid Repair

Hearing aids are small electronic devices that are made up of even smaller parts that need to be maintained regularly. Even if you regularly maintain your hearing aids, they may need to be repaired occasionally. If you don’t maintain your hearing aids, you will find that various parts and components wear out, break down, and become blocked by earwax. You will notice your hearing aids don’t work as well as they used to over time.

If your hearing aids need a thorough cleaning, replacement parts, or significant repairs, our clinicians are here to help.

Hearing Aid Repair

Are your hearing aids not working properly? Did an important part break? We can help! It isn’t uncommon for hearing aids to need repairs over time. If you are experiencing any troubles with your hearing aids you can bring them into our clinic for repairs.

You may also find that your hearing aids don’t quite fit as well as they used to and need to be adjusted so they fit more comfortably. In either case, you can contact us to arrange for our hearing aid repair services.

At HearCanada, we can make small repairs on hearing aids. If the hearing aids require more significant repairs, we can send them to the manufacturer.

Hearing Aid Adjustments & Tuning

Hearing aids may need adjustments or extra tuning done when you start to wear the new hearing aids. It is good to remain patient, as it can take time to adapt to wearing hearing aids.

You may also find that your hearing changes over time and this can lead to your hearing aids not helping as much as they once did. If you need your hearing aids to be re-programmed, tuned or any adjustments made, you can contact our clinics.

We are also able to make tuning adjustments to your hearing aids remotely. Whether you’re on vacation, stuck at home due to extreme weather, or dealing with a global pandemic, there are plenty of reasons why you may not be able to come to our clinic. Contact us about our Telehearing Care service appointments!

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DIY Hearing Aid Maintenance Tips

Some basic cleaning or maintenance for your hearing aids can be done at home. You can consult the user manual for your hearing aids for specific tips that will work best with your model. You can ask our clinic for cleaning supplies that make cleaning your hearing aids much easier.

However, hearing aids are small devices, and you might be anxious about doing anything that will break them. That’s why we’re sharing videos from the hearing aid manufacturers themselves with tips on maintaining your hearing aids yourself.

Watch the videos on how to change your hearing aid batteries and filter, how to turn your hearing aids on and off and basic cleaning of your aids. Specific instructions may vary depending on the exact model of your hearing aids, so if you have any questions or doubts please contact your clinician.

Remember that you are always welcome to schedule an appointment to visit your local clinic to get help with the maintenance of your hearing aids.

Widex

Changing batteries on Behind-The-Ear hearing aids – If your hearing aid is having trouble powering on after you changed the batteries, try following these instructions on how to change the battery in your BTE hearing aids. If you are still having issues, contact your clinic for further assistance.

Turning your Behind-The-Ear hearing aids on and off – Follow the instructions in the video to learn how to turn your hearing aids on or off. If you still have issues with your hearing aids not turning on or off, contact your clinic for more troubleshooting tips.

Changing the filter on Behind-The-Ear hearing aids – Is it time to change the filter in your BTE hearing aids? Follow these instructions to make sure the new filters are properly set. If you are in need of new filters, contact your clinic to make arrangements to get more. You can also consult your specific model’s user manual if in doubt.

Cleaning your In-The-Ear aids – How to clean your ITE hearing aids. Specific instructions may vary depending on the exact model of your hearing aid. Consult your manual if in doubt.

Cleaning your In-The-Ear aids – How to clean your ITE hearing aids. Specific instructions may vary depending on the exact model of your hearing aid. Consult your manual if in doubt.

Changing the filter on In-The-Ear aids – Watch this video to learn how to change the filter on your ITE hearing aids. Specific instructions may vary depending on the exact model of your hearing aid. Consult manual if in doubt.

Changing wax guards in a soft earmold – Are you finding that the sound quality in your hearing aid has been diminishing? Try changing the wax guards, so everything is clear of earwax and other debris. You can follow the instructions in the video here to learn how you can change them in a snap.

Signia

How to put a Signia RIC (Receiver-In-Canal) hearing aid in your ear – Are you having trouble with how your Receiver-In-Canal hearing aid sits in your ear? Try following the instructions in this video. They cover how to put a RIC hearing aid in your ear using two simple motions.

How to remove a Signia RIC (Receiver-In-Canal) hearing aid – Are you having trouble fumbling with the receiver in your ear canal? Follow the instructions in this video from Signia to learn how to easily remove your RIC hearing aid from your ear.

Cleaning the receiver of a Signia hearing aid – Do you want to know how you can clean the receiver in your hearing aids? Follow these instructions to learn how. We advise you to clean your hearing aids every day to maintain their functionality.

How to exchange a Signia hearing aid Click Mold™ – Follow these instructions to learn how to change the Click Mold™ of your Signia hearing aid.

How to exchange wax guards on a Signia RIC (Receiver-In-Canal) hearing aid – Watch this video to learn how to exchange the proven HF4 Pro cerumen filter on a Signia RIC (receiver-in-the-canal) hearing aid.

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